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Stories from Wednesday, June 16, 2004

Plans finalized for Fourth of July (06/16/04)
Rotary President Sam Crawn and member Steve Bell listen intently Tuesday night as plans were reviewed for the 4th of July Celebration. The final committee meeting before the Fourth of July was at Moore Funeral Home. The 69th annual event in Forest Park will be a day longer than usual this year, because Independance Day is on a Sunday. ...
Warren Tire employee included in register (06/16/04)
Jean A. Bowles, President of Warren Tire, Inc. at 220 E. National Ave. in Brazil has been added to the National Register's Who's Who In Executives and Professionals. Jean said that this recognition is beyond her wildest dreams and that she is overwhelmed that some one in Washington recognized her efforts. Jean has worked at Warren Tire for 27 years...
IDEM decision not final word on transfer station, Best Way says (06/16/04)
A decision by the Indiana Department of Environmental Management may not be the final word in Best Way's application to place a waste transfer station in Clay County. Best Way Manager Craig Maschino said that the company appealed IDEM's decision to deny the transfer station on June 11, though the company plans to stay in the county regardless of the decision...
Knights open summer season on winning note (06/16/04)
Second baseman Wade Thacker contributed a hit as Northview defeated Carmel 10-5 in summer baseball. The Northview Knights won their first summer baseball contest on Friday evening with a rain shortened 10-5 victory over the Carmel Greyhounds. Nick Wells started the game on the mound for Northview, throwing five innings and allowing just two hits. He struckout nine batters in his stint and walked two batters to get the victory...
MELODY SHEA SNAVLEY (06/16/04)
Melody Shea Snavley, 31, of Carbon, died suddenly Sunday, June 13, 2004, at her residence. She had been battling diabetes for the past several years. She was born July 29, 1972, in Greely, Colo., the daughter of Jon Letourneau and Ann Davis Letourneau. Her father died when she was an infant and she was raised by her mother and stepfather, Ray Gardner...